TUCSON, AZ – Today, President of the National Border Patrol Council (NBPC) Brandon Judd announced NBPC’s endorsement of Todd Young for U.S. Senate. NBPC is the official union representing the great men and women responsible for defending our nation’s border security representing nearly 18,000 Border Patrol Agents and support personnel assigned to the U.S. Border Patrol. The NPBC endorsement solidifies Senator Young’s position as the Hoosier candidate with the strongest policies and solutions to stop illegal immigration and secure our southern border.
“As a Marine who served in the Yuma sector, Senator Todd Young stood shoulder to shoulder, working with the brave men and women of Border Patrol stopping drugs, criminals, and human traffickers from illegally entering our great nation. With his life experience, it’s no surprise that he’s consistently advocated for and advanced strong border policies.
“Strong borders can only be achieved with strong leadership and Todd Young embodies the kind of strength needed to uphold the rule of law. Todd Young will always ensure the brave men and women of the NBPC have the support and resources needed to do their jobs effectively. Todd Young has fought to defend our country in uniform as a United States Marine and he is the clear choice to continue that fight for our safety. On behalf of the NBPC I am proud to endorse Todd Young’s re-election to the United States Senate in Indiana.”
“Nobody is working harder to protect and secure our border than our border patrol agents and I proudly accept the endorsement of the National Border Patrol Council,” said U.S. Senator Todd Young. “Through his executive orders, President Biden has made the humanitarian crisis on our southern border worse, he has refused to visit the border, and I will always stand up to him and his policies that will soon make every town a border town.”
Brandon Judd will be traveling to Indiana today, June 10th, 2022, making stops with Senator Young in Fort Wayne and South Bend Indiana announcing his support. Last year, Senator Young traveled back to the U.S.-Mexico border in Yuma, Arizona alongside Border Patrol officials to witness President Biden’s Border crisis firsthand.